Why See Graeme Of Thrones?
A Spoof to Crown All Spoofs
Westeros has gone (off) West-End with the deliciously ridiculous Graeme Of Thrones returning to London this year after a highly successful world tour. Featuring all of your favourites as they wait for the Winter to end all Winters, don't miss what Time Out once described as a must for all Game of Thrones fans, before the inevitable lawsuit! Created by comedians Toby Park, Andrew Doyle and Dan Evans, this delightful three-hander riffs on the characters, plots and realms of the ubiquitous hit TV series with hilarious results.
The story follows superfan Graeme, played by Fringe Festival regular Ali Brice, as he pitches his idea for a stage show based on GoT to a roomful of potential investors (cue audience participation). Aided and abetted by actor extraordinaire Bryony, whose ego is only eclipsed by her lack of subtlety, and tech man turned reluctant player Paul, Graeme's journey through the Seven Kingdoms is bumpier than a Dothraki sea voyage...
Opening night: 20 September 2017
Strobes Fog/Haze Pyrotechnics/Loud bang Offensive language Simulated nudity
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